Queen's University Gazette
Christopher Bowie is a leader in a $10 million research project that could one day prevent Alzheimer's.
The Queen’s campaign for the United Way passes the $200 K mark
Two Queen's researchers study Canada's perceptions of suicide in the military.
Ceremonies saw the installation of Jim Leech as 14th Chancellor of Queen's University and the awarding of three honorary degrees.
North American lakes suffering from declining calcium levels, says new research from Queen's.
Installation makes Leech Queen’s 14th chancellor, the university’s highest officer.
Queen's researchers discover nanosilver may destroy some good bacteria in your gut.
Donald A. Redmond, the first professional librarian to head the Queen’s library system, died Oct. 22 at the age of 92.
Faculty members from diverse disciplines will receive the most prestigious research award granted by Queen's.
Featured Event:Policy Studies Speaker Series
"Renewable energy transitions: the role of cooperatives in German energy policy" by Andreas Wieg. Thursday, Nov. 20, noon, Robert Sutherland Hall (138 Union St.) Room 202.